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PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS 

ABBOT ACADEMY 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



TO MR. HOWE 

Just try to visualize any one of your acquaintances, 
male or female, occupying Mr. Howes very special 
niche in our school life: or rather, don't try — nobodv 
could. Endowing a large and refractory group of girls 
with musical intelligence and interest is a task requiring 
faith, hope and charity. Mr. Howe has all three and a 
very nice sense of humor to boot. He's not just someone 
to teach us hymns and school songs. There are a 
thousand-and-one occasions for which he is indispen- 
sable: Christmas, Easter, at Graduation time. . . .but 
why go on? Those who are part of the school realize 
how very much he means to us. Those who aren't 
can't begin to understand. The Class of 1933 in dedi- 
cating this book to him want to express some small 
measure of appreciation for the part he has played in 
our life at Abbot. 




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Senior Class Officers 




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MARGARET BLACK 

"Peg" 

560 Marion Ave., Mansfield, Ohio 



Ashland College 
Aeolian "32. "33 
Secretary A. A. A. "33 
Draper Dramatics '32 
Senior Plav '33 



Two Years 

President Aeolian '33 

Athletic Council '33 

Entertainment Committee '33 

Hiking Leader '33 

Christmas Party '33 Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '32 
Abbot Birthday Committee '32 

Society Banquet Committee '32 

Club Golf '33 A. C. A. Pianist '33 

"Hey. your main sheet's dragging." Ah, here's Peg 
Black! No matter where Peg is. she is amusing 
someone She a'so does quite well by the piano. She 
knows all the A. C. A. hymns and even gives lessons 
to those who wish to know how to play with more than 
one finger. And the mail that just pours into her 
box! Here's to Peg and her good nature! 




JANE NEWTON BURNHAM 
Fiske Hill, Southbridge. Conn. 



Katherine Gibbs 
Treasurer of Class '32 
President A. D. S. '33 
Draper Dramatics '32 
Student Government '33 
Gargoyle Hockey "32 
Varsity Hockey '33 



Three Years 

A. D. S. "32. '33 

A. D. S. Plays '33 

Vice-President A. C. A. '33 

Numerals '32 

Varsity Riding '32 

Tea Dance Committee '32 



Christmas Party Committee "33 

Entertainment Committee '33 
Advisory Board '33 Fidelio '31. '32 

Secretary-Treasurer Gargoyle '32 

Nominating Committee '32 

Keep away from Jane when there's an axe around ! 
But. really, Jane, we were thrilled by your interpre- 
tation of Josefa in "When the Whirlwind Blows". 
Aside from drama, Jane knows the hard knocks of 
Student Government (and shall we say riding, too?). 
Neither has warped her sense of humor, just ask 
anyone. 



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MARY ELIZABETH BURNHAM 

"Bee" 
8 Glen Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Three Years 
Les Beaux Arts '31, '32, '33 President of Class '31 

Vice-President of Class '33 

Entertainment Committee '32 
Christmas Party Abbot Birthday Committee '32 

Class Book Board '33 Student Government '33 

Publicity Manager of Senior Play '33 Fidelio '32, '33 
Choir '31, '32, '33 Senior Banquet Committee '32 

Society Banquet Committee '32 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '32 

Honor Bonus Senior Play '33 

"Once upon a time there was a lovely young girl 

who was as good as she was beautiful " This 

ancient hyperbole can be applied to Bee after a fashion. 
She's not too good or too beautiful but she certa'nly 
is lovely to look at and of the variety that couldn't 
make an enemy even if she wanted to — which Bee 
doesn't. Also at the risk of embarrassing the afore- 
said, we will add that she's about one of the best 
sports in captivity. There, Bee! How does that make 
you feel? 




HELEN SAWYER BUTTRICK 

"Bucket" 
15 Wolcott Ave., Andover, Mass. 
Chamberlain School Four Years 

Philomatheia '31, '32, '33 Tea Dance Committee '31 
Secretary-Treasurer Philomatheia '32 Numerals '32 
Entertainment Committee '32 Fidelio '29. '30, '31, '32 
Senior Play *33 
"Bucket" — such a funny nickname for the dark- 
haired day-scholar commonly referred to as "smooth" 
by us adolescents. However, in spite of the annoyance 
this may arouse in our sage elders we insist that it 
fits. Bucket never says* an awful lot. but she's terrib'y 
good-natured, which is ever so much more important. 
Being attractive and agreeable all in one person is an 
unbeatable combination! 




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CATHARINE SEBRING CAMPBELL 

"Katrine" "Kay" 

32 Glen Ave.. Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 

Smith College Three Years 

Vice-President Class '31. '32. '33 Odeon '31. '32. '33 

Choir '31. '32. '33 Fidelio '31. '32. '33 

Senior-Mid Plays '32 Honor Roll '30. '31. '32. '33 

Griffin Entertainment Committee French Plavs '32 

First Griffin Basketball Team '31. '32 Numerals "32 

Second Griffin Basketball Team '30 President Odeon '33 

Head of Winter Snow Sports '32 President Choir '33 

Abbot Birthday Committee '32 Griffin Riding Team '31 

Second Vice-President Student Government '33 

Christmas Party Committee '32 
President Class Book Board '33 Prom Committee '31 
Head of Senior Banquet Committee "32 Honor Bonus 
Head of Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '31 Senior Play 
"Honestly, it was just simply foul." With these 
famous last words and her own inimitable patented 
laugh. Katrine comes just simply bounding out of 
class. i This is just Katrine's philosophical way of 
accepting an A double plus, or something equally hard 
to get. i She does other things, too — so well and so 
painlessly that they seem annoyingly effortless. . .man- 
aging the Class Book, for example. But we love her 
in spite of it all. Here's luck. Katrine! 




LOIS TARBELL CHAPMAN 

67 Chester St.. Newton Highlands. Mass. 

Chamberlain School Four Years 

Numerals '30 Senior Play '33 

Children's Christmas Party '32 Hiking Leader '32. '33 

Abbot Birthdav Committee '31 

First Club Team Basketball "32 
Second Club Team Basketball '30 

There's a sun setting somewhere in the west: maybe 
a campfire and a drowsy saddle horse will complete the 
picture of contentment for those big blue eyes to rest 
upon. But don't be misled by all this sleepy descrip- 
tion. If you could see Lois in a basketball game, you'd 
know what a lively game she plays. 



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MARGARET CAMPBELL CHASE 

"Peg" 

315 North Geneva St., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Cornell Two Years 

Odeon Society '33 Club Song Leader '33 

Posture Committee '32 Fidelio '32, '33 

Choir '32, '33 Club Hockey Team '32. '33 

Numerals '33 Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '32 

Draper Dramatics '32 Club Track Team '32 

Peggee — was there lots of mail? Who says she 

can't tear in from one of those divine picnics, at 5:58. 

put up the mail, and appear intact, if perturbed, at 

dinner? She also obliges the school by keeping the 

Choir and Fidelio altos on pitch. 

In a few years all mentally ailing or just declining 
friends and relatives can be candidates for Peg's 
psychiatric intentions. And wouldn't we all love 
having our morbid thoughts remedied by Peg's cheer- 
fulness? 




ROZILLA SNOW CHASE 

15 Chamberlain Terrace, Waltham, Mass. 

Pembroke College Two Years 

Fidelio '32 Christmas Party Committee '31, '32 

Abbot Birthday Committee '32 Odeon '32 

French Play '32 Senior Play '33 

Second Club Team Basketball '32 German Play '33 

If you find a horde of people collapsing weakly with 

laughter, just sort them out and you are bound to find 

Rosie in the middle. Not that she tries to say funny 

things — they just come out, and there you are. Other 

attributes: knowing when to stop and will power. But 

what's the use? If you know Rosie you don't have to 

be told! 




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ANNE THORBURN CLEVELAND 
9 Abbot St., Andover, Mass. 



Two Years 

French Play '32 

Senior Play '33 

Gargoyle Basketball '33 

Honor Roll '32 

Numerals '33 



Vassar 
Art Editor Courant '32. '33 
Art Editor Class Book '33 
Second Team Basketball '32 
Fidelio '32, '33 
Gargoyle Volley Ball '32 

What would Abbot do without our talented Anne to 
write so charmingly for the Courant, to illustrate it, 
and. in fact, to do any artistic job that needs to be 
done? But these accomplishments by no means sum 
up her achievements, for none of us will forget her 
in the French and Senior plays, and, somehow, we are 
never surprised when she makes the Honor Roll. 




ANN COLE 
North Andover, Mass. 
Vassar Four Years 

Class President '30 Q. E. D. '31, '32, '33 

President Q. E. D. '33 Posture Committee '31 

Posture Honor Roll '30, '31, '32 Athletic Council '32 
Head of Tennis '32 Senior Play '33 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '31 
Cum Laude '33 Fidelio '31, '32, '33 

Third Vice-President Student Government '33 

Senior-Mid Play '32 
Head of Day Scholars '33 Chevron '33 

"A" Society '31, '32, '33 Numerals '30 

Draper Dramatics '32 Honor Roll "30. '31. '32, '33 

Griffin Entertainment Committee "32 

Merit Committee '33 
Christmas Party Committee '32 Honor Bonus '32 

Abbot Birthdav Committee '30, *31, '32 

Varsity Tennis '30. '31, '32 
Griffin Tennis Team '29 Second Varsity Tennis '32 

Day Scholar Musical Comedy '32 
We can say so many things about Ann that there 
wouldn't be room for them all, so we'll mention just 
a few characteristics. One: brains (and not the hor- 
rible horn-rimmed, superior kind, either!) two: good 
looks, (don't you like curly blonde hair and brown 
eyes?) three: acting ability, (the Senior and Se- 
nior-Mid plays) four: popularity, (just ask anyone in 
Abbot or P. A.) and five: skill in athletics, (dem- 
onstrated on our pond and at Intervale). We can go 
on like this forever, but everyone — except Ann herself 
— knows all these things anyway. 



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OLIVE MAE FRENCH 

"Punch" 

125 Woodside Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 

Connecticut College Three Years 

Entertainment Committee '31 Choir '31, '32, '33 

Secretary-Treasurer Aeolian '32 Aeolian '31, "32. '33 
Fidelio '31. '32, '33 Varsity Hockey '32, '33 

Griffin Song Leader '32 Abbot Birthday Committee '32 
Christmas Party Committee '32. '33 

Athletic Council '33 
Griffin Volley Ball Team '31 Griffin Archery Team '33 
Varsity Deck Tennis '31 Head of Ping Pong '33 

Numerals '32 Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '32 

What, another letter from Lancaster? Leave it to 
Punch to tell you all about Pennsylvania — not to men- 
tion Bantam Lake. Well — no wonder! Look at the 
veritable undulating waves of that hair, and the 
sparkle of those brown eyes. Punch is also the one 
who keeps the Gargoyles from making all the goals in 
hockey. We know she'll be a "bienvenue" at Con- 
necticut next year. 




MARCIA GAYLORD 

"Mike" 

44 Fairfield Ave., Holyoke, Mass. 

Two Years 

Les Beaux Arts '32, '33 Senior-Mid Plays 

Advisory Board 

She's quiet — she never gets hysterical — in fact she's 
refreshing! There. Marcia, we don't want to liken 
you to Coca Cola advertisements, but the word fits! 
She's in a class by herself, literally, when it comes to 
Spanish, and figuratively, when it comes to always hav- 
ing something nice to offer the hopeful chance < ? t 
visitor by way of internal fortitude. Be it ever so 
trite, we insist upon wishing you well, Marcia! 




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MARY CAROLINE GUPTILL 

"Guppie" 

Sudbury, Mass. 

Ttvo Years 

Numerals '33 

A A 2 Secretary-Treasurer 

Tea Dance Committee '32 

Draper Dramatics '32 

Gargoyle Captain '33 

A A 2 Plays '33 



Fidelio '32, '33 

A A 2 '32, '33 

Gargoyle Basketball '32 

Senior-Mid Plays '32 

Abbot Birthday Committee '32 

Athletic Council '33 



Senior Play '33 Varsity Ping Pong '33 

Well, Miss Guptill, it's a good thing we all like you 
a lot, it sure is! Because being good-looking and 
clever all in one fell swoop is a most dangerous thing. 
In fact, it's the kind of combination that is generally 
conducive of a nice brightish, greenish envy. How- 
ever, bein's we all want free tickets to your premiere 
as an actress we promise not to be mad. Here's to you! 




ALICE HAYES HILL 

"Nit-Wit" 

15 Glen Eagles Drive, Larchmont, N. Y. 



Swarthmore 

C our ant '32, '33 
Choir '33 

Class Book Board '33 
Honor Roll '32, '33 



Two Years 
Fidelio '32, '33 
Club Hockey Team '32, '33 
Posture Committee '33 
Numerals '33 
Secretary of Class '32 Abbot Birthday Committee '32 
Did you hear a soft, southern voice expounding great 
subtleties? It belongs to Alice, the girl of the Honor 
Roll, who put the atmosphere of the sea and ships 
just as it appeals to her in her work for the Courant. 
And by the way, have you ever heard Jean, Peg, and 
Alice discuss at length the merits of Shakespeare from 
beneath the disguise of oranges, apples, and puns? 
(The awful word is out.) Well, let's drop that in say- 
ing — good luck at Swarthmore, Alice! 



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LOUISE PICKETT McCLARY 

17 Prospect Terr.. Malone, N. Y. 

Syracuse University Two Years 

Senior Play "33 Christmas Party Committee '32 

It's no use, Louise, you can't hide your light under 

the proverbial bushel. Furthermore, just because still 

waters run deep is no proof that murder (or good 

dancing, poise, and brains I will not out. Such a lot 

of quoting, but it's really just a subtle way of saying 

sincere, nice things about someone who's so modest 

she might otherwise be embarrassed. Here's luck. 

Louise! 




CATHERINE McDONALD 

123 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass. 

Katherine Cibbs Five Years 

.Numerals A. D. S. Society 

A. D. S. Plays Senior-Mid Plays '32 

Senior Plays '33 French Plays '32 

\\ e all know and approve Kaye's fame as an actress 

—whether it be warden. Englishman, or burgomaster 

that she portrays. We also know that that glorious 

red hair isn't wasting its beauty on the desert air. For. 

speaking of jealousy, how do you feel everytime she 

comes to an evening society meeting from a dinner 

engagement and all ready for a date? 




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FRANCES WARE McGARRY 
"Fran" 
Merriam Rd.. Grafton. Mass. 
I assar Three } ears 

Q. E. D. •31. '32. "33 Treasurer Q. E. D. "32 

Student Government "32. "33 Athletic Council "32. "33 
President A. A. A. "33 Vice-President A. A. A. "32 
Abbot Birthday Committee "31 Advison Board "32 

Fidelio "31. "32. "33 
Numerals '31 
Honor Bonus "32 
Christmas Parr*- Committee "32 
Hiking Leader "32. "33 Griffin Tennis Team "31 

Varsity Hockey Team "33 

Fran is one of the best "all-round" members of our 
c'ass. She is as good on the hockey field as she 
is— well, just anywhere else! Her room is usually 
full of peop'e. either because of an important A. A. A. 
meeting — Fran's president of A. A. A., you know — or 
just because her "socialness" naturally draws people. 
Fran's halo of golden hair is most becoming, but is 
hardly compatible with her vivacious personality. 



Ensemble "31. "32 

"A" Society "33 

Choir "33 

Senior Plav '33 




BERTHA NORTON 
Skowhegan. Me. 

Two Years 
Aeolian '32. '33 Committee for Gargoyle 

Griffin Partv '32 Griffin Vollev Ball Team "32 

Varsitv Basketball Team "32 Head of Hiking "33 

Fide'.io "32. '33 Numerals "33 

Member of the A. A. A. Council "33 
Shhhh! Who's that playing the piano so beautifully? 
Why. it's Bertha of course! She's one of those com- 
fortable musicians who hadn't a lot of temperamental 
oddities which prevent her from making friends. She 
always has a smile for everyone, and more than once, 
unwittingly, perhaps, cheered up some downcast per- 
son. We thank Maine for sending us such a repre- 
sentative. 



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KATHLEEN CARRITHERS PALMER 
"Kae" 
167 Main St.. Andover, Mass. 
Bryant & Stratton Two Years 

Varsity Basketball '31. '32 Senior Play 

Gargoyle Basketball 
"Kae Palmer? Oh yes. the girl with the hair." anil 
then the assembled multitude heaves a mighty sigh of 
longing. ( Kae's cot the most gorgeous curly hair. I 
And you really ought to see her perform on the bas- 
ketball field — not that that pertains to the beaux 
cheveux. They ought to let the rest of us wear roller- 
skates so we can keep up with her! Best of luck, 
Kae, in everything you do. 




RACHEL CREELMAN PLACE 

"Rach" 

Somerville. Mass. 

Vassar Five Years 

Odeon '32, '33 Northfield '31 

Fidelio '30, '31, '32, '33 Tea Dance Committee '31 

Numeral '31 Christmas Party '31 

Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '32 Prom Committee '31 

Nominating Committee '31 Posture Committee '31 

Centennial Committee *29 

Entertainment Committee '32 
Abbot Birthday Committee '30, '31, '32 
Bits of Yiddish I ? ) dia'ect and laughter. .. .enter 
Rachel of the well-known golden locks and sunny ways, 
about as Yiddish as nothing at all! Smitty may be in 
the offing but you never can tell — Rach's got so many 
friends. Personally. Rach. we think vou and Smitty 
should open a school for interpretative dancing, just 
judging from various hilarious successes at wrecking 
the "rec" room. 




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HELEN BULLARD RICE 
14 Winthrop St.. Marlboro. Mass. 

Five Years 



Philomatheia '32 
Student Government "33 
Vice-President A. A. A. "33 
Secretary-Treasurer "A" Society '33 



Head of Baseball '31 

"A" Society '32. '33 

Numerals "30 

Chevron "32 

Senior-Mid Plav '32 



Secretary Junior-Mids '31 

Athletic Council '33 

"There's only a few of us left" applies to Helen in 
two ways! First, she has dwelt within these hallowed 
halls for five years, which is more than most of us 
have done, and second, while the good dispositions and 
good tempers of many are flying out the windows. 
Helen's remains unchanged. All our diet addicts gaze 
upon the fair Helen's figure with ill-disguised envy and 
wonder why they aren't naturally slim and slender. 
As a dancer Helen ranks at the top of our list. And 
how sorry we are she couldn't go to Intervale with us. 




JANE BRADLEY RITCHIE 
4 Arundel St.. Andover. Mass. 

Four Years 
Numerals *30 Club Basketball "29. "30. "31. '32 

Bible Recitations '29 Senior Play '33 

When the little red car comes through the gates, 
general opinion has it that Jane Ritchie has arrived. 
How we'd miss that essential part of the Circle if it 
weren't there, and even more so its occupant, for al- 
though she's quiet and unobtrusive we couldn't get 
along without her. We've heard you excel in the 
culinary art. among other things. How about it. Jane? 



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ETHEL WHITE ROGERS 
"Effie" "Eddy" 
49 Orchard St.. Belmont. Mass. 
Weber College Four Years 

Abbot Birthday Committee '31, '32 Numerals '32 

Head of Croquet '32 Athletic Council '32 

Senior Play '33 Christmas Party '32 

Entertainment Committee '31, '32 Baseball Team '30 
Ethel is a hard person to mention individually, as 
she is always with Hazel ! But have you ever seen her 
in her green skating outfit? She, it. they, (underline 
the best word, although they all fit I is, are stun- 
ning! Ethel too, makes her quiet appearance around 
school, but when she and Hazel are in their own sanc- 
tuary (room 30) — well, need we go on? Ethel wields 
a mean croquet mallet, but after all, why shouldn't 
she? She's head of croquet. 




ELIZABETH ROGERS SAGE 

"Billie" 

10 Westway, Bronxville, N. Y. 

Vassar Two Years 

Senior Class Treasurer Fidelio 

Entertainment Committee '33 Aeolian '33 

Advisory Board '33 Tennis Varsity '33 

Really. Billie, we hate to bring up anything as trite 

as physical features, but you icould do well to have 

your hair and eyelashes insured. However, we won't 

make any bright remarks about getting mail, and so 

forth, thereby forfeiting the wicked delight of seeing 

Billie blush. And we do wish you all the good things 

in life. May you "live happily ever after", Billie! 




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ALICE DeHAVEN SCHULTZ 
"Shuts" 
Si Ledgeways. Wellesley Hills. Man 
Smith College Four Years 

School Song Leader '33 President of Fidelio "33 

First \ ice-President Student Government "33 
Cum Laude "33 Numerals "31 

President Choir "32 "A" Society "32. "33 

■ss Song Leader '30. "31. "32. "33 Senior Play "33 
Senior-Mid Representative. Student Government '32 

Senior-Mid Banquet Committee "32 
Senior Banquet Committee "32 Chevron '33 

Senior-Mid Play . Accompanist for Fidelio "33 

Chairman Tea Dance Committee '32 

Aeolian Soeietv '30. "31. "32. "33 
Honor Roll "31. "32 Christmas Partv '32 

Vice-President of Class "30 French Play '32 

Posture Committee "31 Club Volley Ball Team "31. "32 
Class Book Board "33 Abbot Birthdav Committee "32 
Honor Bonus Fidelio "30. "31. '32. '33 

Club Basketball Team "33 
If you were to walk down an Abbot corridor some 
day. and by chance hear the name "Shuts", you would 
hear it followed by a deep, envious sigh. For there is 
nothing she can't do. and. whether it be throwing 
a basketball, drawing, playing either difficult selections 
or rhythmic melodies on the piano, or acting charm- 
inglv in a play, she always has an awed and admiring 
audience. And hasn't she managed Fidelio and the 
school singing well this year' 




CLARA BOURNE SHAW 
94 Hawthorne St.. New Bedford. Mass. 

Three Years 
Treasurer of Class "31 Courant Board '31. [32 

Business Manager of Courant "33 Hiking Leader "33 
Stage Manager Play "32. "33 President of Class "32 

Numeral- I President of Student Government "33 

Tea Dance Committee "32 Treasurer A. A. A. '32 

Gargoyle Basketball '33 Abbot Birthday Committee "32 
Prom Committee "32 Advisory Board 32 

Honor Bonus "32 Christmas Party Committee "31. "32 
Entertainment Committee "32 Merit Commute- 

P. sture Committee "33 Nominating Committee "32 

Just the thought of Abbot's blonde "chief executive" 
which, translated, means "the thing-that-makes-the- 
wheels-go-round." in itself brings ideas of competency, 
enthusiasm and general congeniality. Also Clara, be- 
sides keeping us all on the "straight and narrow", has 
time to make friends with everyone, and. along with 
some great basketball playing this falL she is the 
manager of the senior play. 



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CLARA ELIZABETH SMITH 

"Smitty" 
116 East St., Methuen, Mass. 

Four Years 
Fidelio '31, '32, '33 Q. E. D. '32. '33 

Secretary of Class '31 Numerals '31 

Secretary-Treasurer of Griffin '32 Athletic Council '31 
Class Book Board Posture Honor Roll '31 

Christmas Party Committee '31, '32 

Secretary Student Council '33 
Griffin Hockey Team '30, '31, '32 Honor Bouns 

Griffin Riding Team '31 Griffin Baseball Team '31, '32 
Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '32 Prom Lsher '31 
Prom Decorating Committee '32 Posture Committee '32 
Abbot Birthday Committee '31, '32 
Smitty is one of those goodly souls who falls in 
nicely with any plan that's afoot. She sometimes 
seems a little quiet, although quite often after light* 
the gentle titters (?) of Rachel and Smitty are wafted 
into the cold night air. It's not everyone who can 
successfully business-manage anything, but Smitty ha~ 
certainly proved that she can. Er-something. possiblv 
our little noses, told us Smitty likes "boloney" sand- 
wiches. How about that, now? 




ELIZABETH CARVER SNYDER 

"Billie" 

219 Christopher St., Montclair, N. J. 

Two Years 
Advisory Board '32 Christmas Party '33 

Griffin Basketball Team '33 Treasurer A. A. A. "33 
A. A. A. Council '33 Second Varsity Basketball '33 
President Philomatheia '33 Philomatheia '32, '33 

Chairman Entertainment Committee '33 
Can you imagine, peering under your bed some 
night for your last before-you-go-to-bed look, finding 
a virtual Miriam Hopkins, or shall we say Blonde Ve- 
nus, stretched at full length in wait for you. her un- 
fortunate roommate? No — well. Marty didn't either, 
but there she was. And, Billie. besides being our 
fashion plate, is both a good sport and good in sports, 
and didn't we envy her her Hartford trip? 




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ELIZABETH ELLA TOMPKINS 

"Betty" 

157 Migeon Ave.. Torrington. Conn. 

fire Years 



Choir '33 

Junior Vice-President *30 
Senior Secretary '33 
Philomatheia '33 
Hiking Leader '33 



Fidelio '30. '31. '32. '33 

Junior-Mid Secretary '31 

Senior Play '33 

Christmas Party '33 

Prom Committee '32 



Abbot Birthday Committee '30. '31. '32 
Even if Betty is the tiniest of our noble seniors, she 
has more pep than all the rest of us put together. 
\^ hat's more. "Teddy Bompkins" has cut quite a 
"figure" around Abbot for five whole years. Betty has 
designs on the internes at Yale. In't-her-n'awful-gir! ? 




MARIATTA TOWER 

32 Phillips St.. Andover. Mass. 

Welle slex Four Years 

Fidelio '30. '31. '32. '33 Aeolian '31. '32. '33 

Secretan -Treasurer Aeolian '33 Head of Tennis '33 

Athletic' Council '33 Honor Roll '29. '30. '31. '32 



Numerals '30 
Chevrons '32 
\ arsity Tennis Team '32 
Varsity Badminton '32 
Ivy Oration '32 
Draper Dramatics '32 
Senior Plav '33 



"A" Society '32. '33 

Griffin Tennis Team '32 

Varsity Croquet '32 

\ arsity Deck Tennis 

Honor Bonus '31, '32 

Senior-Mid Play '32 

\S inter Sports Team '32 



Second Griffin Club Basketball Team '30. '31. '32 
Cum Laude '33 Advisory Board 

Since everyone knows Mariatta's marks are phe- 
nomenal, we aren't going to say a word about them. 
• Note: this figure of speech is commonly called "prae- 
terito". Ahem. Miss Robinson. • After all. no doubt 
she's been over-lionized in this line. < please pardon 
pun i and there are plenty of other nice things that 
can be said about Mariatta. As a matter of fact, just 
try not to — much harder! Good luck. Mariatta! We 
hate to worry vou. but vou're doomed for success! 



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SIONAG JEAN DOUGLASS VERNON 
"Dopey" 
65 Brookfield Rd., Montclair, N. J. 
Vassar Two Years 

Fidelio '32, '33 Honor Roll '33 

Club Hockey Team '32, '33 Numerals '33 

Q. E. D. '33 Senior Play '33 

Club Baseball Team '32 Club Croquet '33 

Jean, besides being about the most stunning mem- 
ber of our class, is one of our star hockey players. 
She also has the astounding ability of getting A's in 
Algebra — not to mention other things. And, since she 
has one of those keen senses of humor, she is never 
at a loss for a snappy come-back. 




MARGARET WALKER 

"Margo" 

37 Oakes Ave., Southbridge. Mass. 

Two Years 
Abbot Birthday Committee '32 Numerals '32, '33 

Griffin Captain '33 Varsity Track '32 

Griffin Basketball Team '32 A. A. A. '33 

A A 2 '32, '33 Varsity Basketball Team '33 

Senior-Mid Plays '32 Draper Dramatics '32 

A A 2 Plays '33 
What on earth would the Griffins do without our 
Margo to captain them, and so to excel in basketball 
and in everything else that their score mounts sky- 
high? But we also love her because of her winning 
way. and because of her ability to keep us in stitches 
so frequently. And what aboot the "heather", Margo? 




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1933 




HAZEL ROSE WALTERS 
-Volt" 
50 Charles St„ Roosevelt. L. L. N. Y. 
Columbia Four i ears 

Odeon "32. "33 Secretao -Treasurer Odeor. 

Numeral 31 Griffin Basketball Team "31 2 

Head of Volley Ball . Christmas Party '31 - 

Athletic Council "32 Draper Dramati - 

Club Volley Ball "31 - 
We just have a feeling that in a few years the 
Humane Society will have a new member and a new 
branch of activity: "the Mission for Musky II 
and Instructions as to their Food and Bath." Isn"t 
that right. Hay-zel? She might have a Forum there. 

too or don't they argue in a Forum? And shall we 

ever forget her skating, her orange ski-suit, and above 
all. that menacing movie camera of hers down at the 
skating pond? 




BETTY WEAVER 

"ITeaver" 

Grand At.. Newburgh. N. V 

Froebel League School Three Years 

Second Varsity Hockey "31 Numera- 

Junior-Mid Representative Student Government "31 

Christmas Party Committee "31. "32. "33 
Gargovle Baseball Team "31. - Chevror- 

Head of Hockev I Varsity Hockey "32. 33 

Senior-Mid Plays '32 Philomatheia "32 

Vice-President Senior-Mid Class "32 Senior Play "33 
5i retarj A. C A. '■_ Athletic Council "32 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committe-- 

Entertainment Committee "32. "33 
Prom Decoration Committee - "A" Society "32. "33 
Hiking Leader _ President A. Q A. "33 

Advisory Board "31. '32. "33 Posture Committe 
Abb^t Birthday Committee "32. "33 
Weaver? Oh yes! Well, what can one say about 
a girl like that? Let's see: for one thing, she's an 
abso'ute tonic for all blues of any shade, and for an- 
other 'promise not to tell! » she's capable — on! 
in the spooky, alarming way. And such a tainted 
yrung person: the way she plays "Adeste Fideles" just 
haunts you! You can probably think of various and 
sundry other talents yourself. By the by. Miss Weaver, 
how does it feel to be a connoisseur in the field of 
wish-bone collecting? 



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T h e A b b o t C i r c I (> 



MARTHA WHIPPLE 
"Whip" 

15 Beacon Hill. Nashua. N. H. 
Vesper George Art School Two Years 

Athletic Council '33 Advisory Board '33 

Head of Riding '33 A. D. S. Plays '33 

A. D. S. '33 Entertainment Committee '33 

Christmas Party '33 Senior Play '33 

Abbot Birthday Committee '32 
^ hip is one of these people whose contagious grin 
makes her loads of friends. You should see: first. 
Whip in her riding togs I 'member the Fashion Show'.'' i 
and second, the pleased expression worn by any horse 
she decides to ride as he prances under her skillful 
management! Good-naturedness is certainly a quality 
worth mentioning and one with which Whip has more 
than a mere nodding acquaintance. And is there 
anything that Whip won't do for you? 




KATHRYN EDITH WHITTEMORE 

"Kay" 
Summit Rd.. Port Wa-hington. N. Y. 

Three Years 



Fidelio '31. '32. '33 
Editor-in-Chief Courani '33 
Griffin Archery '31. '32 
Athletic Council '32. '33 
Hiking Leader '33 



Courant Board '32. '33 

Numerals '33 

Head of Archery '32. "33 

Christmas Party "32. '33 

Class Book Board '33 



V> ithout this efficient literary genius where would 
our Courant be? True there are others on the Courani 
board, but it is Kay's enthusiasm and unflagging per- 
sistency that brings the whole into the finished form 
in which we know it. 

And then — you ought to see her uphold the Grif- 
fins' standard in archery, and don't we all enjoy her 
movie camera and its results? 





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BARBARA ROBBINS WORTH 
17 Garden Ave,. Bronxville. N. Y. 
I assar Three i ears 

President Senior Class "33 Q. E. D. "32. 



'33 



Treasurer Senior-Mid Class '32 "A" Society '32. "33 
\ arsity Tennis "31. '32. '33 Chevrons '32 

Numerals "31 President Senior-Mid Class '32 

Class Book Board "33 Tea Dance Committee '32 

Abbot Birthday Committee '32 Christmas Party '32. '33 
Entertainment Committee "32 Honor Bonu« 

Student Government 

There are so many things that can be said about 
"Madam President"" — ' "Barbs", to you > — that we don't 
know where to begin. Everyone knows that she and 
Dotty Wrenn are an unbeatable combination at play- 
ing Contract. Barbs"s personality plus her looks make 
it a foregone conclusion that — oh well.' 




] assar 

Fidelio '31. '32 
Numerals '32 
Varsity Hockev 



DOROTHY LOUISE WRENN 

"Dotty" 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Three 1 ears 

'33 Griffin Hockey Team "31 

Abbot Birthday Committee "31. "32 
Team '32 Fire Captain '32 

Prom Decorating Committee '31 Odeon "33 

Tea Dance Floor Committee "32 
Dotty has so many things we might capitalize. 
Perhaps one of the most important is her outside in- 
terests which extend even as far as Deerfield! Come 
o" nights, we can a'mest always find Dotty in the 
"rec" room tripping the light fantastic or knitting in- 
dustriously. As for her popularity, it would be foolish 
to attempt to do it justice, so we hope she won't mind 
if we just chuck the whole thing! 



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Class Will 

We, the Class of 1933 of Abbot Academy, being, as we believe, of sound and 
sane mind and memory, do make and publish and declare this to be our last will 
and testiment. 

We leave Betty Weaver's wish-bones to Mary Flaherty just *in case* he doesn't 
come. 

We leave Margo Walker's monocle to Ann Place with which to watch for 
callers Friday night. 

We bequeath all our Intervale mufflers to Beverly Sutherland with which to 
quell her unseemly boisterousness. 

We leave our contract bridge scores to the new girls as intelligence tests. 

We leave all our letterless days to Evelyn Kleven. 



We leave our collective adipose tissues to Charles in hopes that they will be 
fondly cherished. 

We leave a pulley to Miss Moses with which to obtain her glasses from the 
fourth floor. 

We leave Alice Hill's appetite to Miss Friskin. 

We leave all our dangling participles, split infinitives, and mixed metaphors 
to Mr. T. S. Eliot in hope that Miss Chickering will thus come indirectly to appre- 
ciate us. 

We leave our eyebrow pluckers to Miss Bailey with which to root out vicious 
crime from our midst. 

We leave Star the bird. 



We leave Rosie Chase's gum with which to stick Star out of the dining room. 
We leave to Star our fancy collection of assorted mothballs. 
We leave Miitzi as a one-man entertainment committee. 



We leave all our heather for new dining-room centerpieces. 
We leave our finished jig-saw puzzles to beautify the day-scholars' rooms. 
We leave all our cold cream to calm the troubled waters. 
We leave our class-book to the Faculty for arm rests during chapel. 
Lastly, we leave our dialect behind and we leave a great deal to your imagina- 
tions. 



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Class Statistics 



Done Most for School 

Most Athletic 

Class Grind 

Cutest 

Cleverest . 

Best Dressed 

Class Bluffer 

Most Literary 

Most Artistic 

Most Musical 

Pessimist 

Optimist 

Best Looking 

Prettiest 

Best All-round Girl 

Most Drag 

Most Capable 

Most Indifferent 

Most Versatile 

Most Absent-minded 

Most Temperamental 

Typical School Girl 

Best Figure 

Meekest 

Best Natured 

Best Dancer 

Smoothest 

Most Playful 

Personality 

Neatest 

Most High Hat 

Most Busybody 

Best Smile 

Wittiest 

Most Diplomatic 

Most Self-Control 

Class Clown 



Clara Shaw 
Margaret Walker 
Mariatta Tower 
Dorothy Wrenn 
Alice Schultz 
Elizabeth Snyder 
. Carolyn Guptill 
Kathryn Whittemore 
. Anne Cleveland 
Alice Schultz 
Lois Chapman 
. Margaret Black 
Barbara Worth 
Mary Elizabeth Burnham 
Ann Cole 
Ann Cole 
Clara Shaw 
Helen Buttrick 
Alice Schultz 
. Anne Cleveland 
. Margaret Walker 
Mariatta Tower 
Ethel Rogers 
Bertha Norton 
Margaret Black 
Elizabeth Tompkins 
Carolyn Guptill 
Rozilla Chase 
Betty Weaver 
Olive French 
Carolyn Guptill 
Frances McGarry 
Mary Elizabeth Burnham 
Catharine Campbell 
Barbara Worth 
. Clara Shaw 
Rozilla Chase 



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Ring Song 



precious ring 

You seem too small to hold 

The memories untold 

Of which we sing. 



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Within your curve 
Lie sun and dappled shade 
Where well-known footsteps fade- 
These vou preserve. 

You are a frame 
For smiles that confess 
A warmth of friendliness 
Ever the same. 

O Abbot ring 
Now as I see your band 
Of gold upon my hand 
Of these I sing. 



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Anne Thorburn Cleveland 



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Senior Class Song 

Colors: Green and White 

Abbot, we're marching on to cheer you — 

Cheer you with a rousing song. 

We're an army strong and true, 

Volunteers to serve for you 

As with banner bright we swing along. 

'Thirty-three! "Thirty-three! Thirty-three! 

May we ever be a credit to the green! 

The finest class you've e'er seen pass 

Is marching on to bring new glory to Abbot. 

'Thirty-three! Thirty-three! Thirtv-three! 



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Tree Song 

When Autumn dyes your leaves, 
When others take our place, 
By gold and scarlet leaves, 
Help us remember! 

When snow weighs down your boughs, 
When twigs make glittering lace, 
By silver-crusted boughs, 
Help us remember! 

When sunlight warms your buds, 
When all the circle's green, 
By joy of springtime buds, 
Help us remember! 

Now as we look our last, 
At sights so often seen, 
Tree, while friendships last, 
Help us remember! 



Anne Thorburn Cleveland 



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The Abbot Circle 1933 

Mr. T. S. Eliot Looks at Intervale 

(with apologies to Intervale) 

I 
Squashy exotic fruit 

Somnambulant on hibernating \^ ashington. 
She rose red with cold feet 
Gesticulating euphonious epithets. 
Because there were fritters for breakfast: 
Oh that this too too solid flesh would melt! 
On a souvent besoin dun plus petit que soi. 

— Black and blue — 
And a choice of sausages and Boston cream pie, 
(Dieu; L'etrange peine) 

II 

Omniscience, repletion and fetid broiling gloves on a raucous radiator. 
Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. 

Ill 

The woods are never silent. In the hush 
Of the high places, solemnly there goes 
In endless undertone the statelv rush 
Of music 

IV 

Down-a-down derry 

The gliding swoop of vagrant curved planks 

The force of friction over the total normal pressure 

Like Gabriel glistening greenly in his gaberdine. 

Then tumbling torsos crashing in confusion 

Upon the whiteness poured in rich profusion. 

Snow in her neck Sorrow — 

Sing sorrow, but good prevail 

Prevail ... 

V 

Food again. 

Bland moist pallor of potatoes gravy-stained 

Like varnished absorbent cotton. 

And a maid (Oh Dea certe) with an acrid smile like a fritter with pale lemon sauce. 

VI 

The skyey night .... 

Concealing congealing puns. 

For the pun is mightier than the sword — 

They were caviare to the general. 

Sweeney lost a scarf, 

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Aggressively flamboyant in an orgy of plaid. 

Then sheets toast-like 

Crackling. 

Supple winds corrugating his pillow 

Cause each particular hair to stand on end. 

And subterranean ululations like ink-wells rolling down the cellar stairs. 

VII 

Now rosy-fingered dawn buffs her fingernails 

Along the magenta afghan. 

(quality without frills) 

Ophelia take* three lumps with cream. 

Hey nonny nonny Also willow weep for me 

VIII 
Car 540 

Everybody loses when timber burns and Baby Ruth stimulates the gums and rules 
the waves without narcotics 
Musterole. 

But the conductor had an aquiline nose. 
The rest is silence. 



IX 

Oh — whell, let's go back to Harvard. 



M. C. 
A. C. 
J. V. 



Intervale Songs 

(Tune: Let's Turn Out The Lights) 

No more calories and fat. 

No more bruises where we sat. 

What a time we had. although 

we're none the worse for it, at that! 
No more breakfasting at nine, 
(Steak and flapjacks so divine). 
Shouldn't mention them, but not to 

would have been an awful crime. 
Let's hope our Irish dialect 
Will soon be quite forsaken; 
At first we thought it most select, 
But now we know we were mistaken. 
Back to studying once more 
Feeling better than before. 
Senior-mids, please don't forget 

that there's a treat, for vou in store. 



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(Tune: Dunno) 

Ho ha! he he! 

We're back again, you see, 

And if anybody ever had a good time 

It's we, we, we! 

We're back in old Andover, 

And black and blue all over — 

We've really never been so sore before. 

So here's a bit of good advice: 

Keep your feet right on the ice, 

Here's to you, here's to you, Senior-mids! 

Intervale is the nuts, it's the berries, it's perfection! 

(Tune: Sweet Sue) 

Looking wan and pale 

We struck Intervale. 

Thirty-three ... on a spree . . . 

Nothing else to do — 

Just get black and blue. 

Oh please! . . . .my knees. . . . 

Now at last we know 

Where good seniors go. 

Intervale surpasses all our wildest dreams, 

So we're back, you see, 

Happy as can be, 

Thirty-three. . . .from our spree. . . . ! 

(Tune: A Little Bit of Heaven) 

Sure a little bit of heaven 

Fell from out the sky one day, 

And it nestled in New Hampshire 

Not so many miles away; 

And when the angels found it 

Sure it looked so sweet and fair 

They said "Suppose we leave it 

For it looks so peaceful there." 

So they sprinkled it with sunshine 

Just to make the pine trees grow, 

They're the finest ones that can be found 

No matter where you go. 

And they placed the mountains round it 

Just to keep away the gale, 

And when they had it finished 

Sure they called it Intervale. 



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Senior Middle Class 

Colors — Green and White 

OFFICERS— FIRST HALF 

President Katherine Damon 

Vice-President Lena Hamilton 

Secretary Sarah O'Reilly 

Treasurer Mary Rockwell 

OFFICERS— SECOND HALF 

President Mary Elizabeth Scutt 

Vice-President Mary Flaherty 

Secretary Florence Walker 

Treasurer Sarah Maxfield 



Betty Ballantyne 
Jane Campbell 
Ada Carlson 
Mercedes Clos 
Joy Condit 
Katherine Damon 
Sarah Dean 
Mary Flaherty 
Elizabeth Flanders 
Delight Hall 



Class of 1934 

Lena Hamilton 
Eleanor Harryman 
Virginia Holden 
Cassandra Kinsman 
Evelyn Kleven 
Nancy Marsh 
Sara Maxfield 
Margaret Morrill 
Carolyn Muzzy 
Sarah O'Reilly 
Ann Place 



Barbara Ritzman 
Mary Rockwell 
Marian Rogers 
Mabel Savage 
Mary Elizabeth Scutt 
Ruth Stott 
Beverly Sutherland 
Elizabeth Upton- 
Florence Walker 
Mary Whitney 



Senior Middle Class Song 

For us arose the Abbot towers, 

Their beauty, strength and grace are ours. 

To the school we all adore 

Sings the class of '31. 

So may our hearts remember thee: 

So may our lives thy tribute be: 

Strong, true, and beautiful, 

And brave, and free; 

So may our hearts remember thee. 



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"A" SOCIETY 

M. Rockwell F. McGarry A. Cole B. Weaver A. Carlson B. Stott 

B. Worth A. Schultz L. Hamilton, President K. Rice M. Tower 




ATHLETIC COI V II. 
N. Tower, B. .Norton. K. Whittemore, \1. Walker, 0. French. M. Savage, \l. Tower, S. O'Reilly, 

K. Damon, I.. Hamilton 
C. Cuptill B. Snyder F. McGarry, President H. Rice M. Black 

M. Whipple R. Stotl 

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HOCKEY TEAM 
E. Leslie. D. Wrenn. D. Hall. B. Weaver. S. Maxfield. F. McGarry 
V. Holden. J. Taylor, K. Damon. Captain. O. French. J. Burnham 




S. Hamilton 
M. Walker 



BASKETBALL 
B. Norton 
M. Savage, Captain 



H. Tower 
K. Palmer 



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CHEER LEADERS 
M. Chase A. Schultz M. Sa\age 

Head Cheer Leader 



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Bradford Day 

Wild scramble (like breakfast, only different), mad rush, and so on (pro- 
nounced, etc. etc). Over the hills "n far away we galloped gleefully in groaning 
gusses (busses to vou I whilst singing a merry tune or two. Well, this short per- 
ambulation Inning shortly been disposed of, we pounced on the Bradford "Cookie"** 
and while Peg Black bemoaned the fact that thi^ hadn't broken in three pieces 
Bradford welcomed us with hearty harmonies. More scrambles (no, not this time) 
a snake dance is executed while you follow the girl who's following the girl, who's 
(there's something about a green hat in this, but it must have gotten lost in the rush I. 

Conversation flows in wild shrieks in every room while crackers, jam, and 
other household utensils evaporate, and you discover that "your girl" knows Mrs. 
Smith's youngest son's brother who lives in Ea-tern Rhodesia where you spend your 
summers and she has been just six blocks from you all that time. 

After a marvelous dinner we tripped the light acrobatic to the strains of Pink 
Elephants. The orchestra was grand, the girls we met we all want to see again and 
when seven-thirty came Abbot was genuinely sorry to have to sing the Good Night 
Round and say "Au revoir, Bradford." 

**"Circle" to vou but "Cookie" to Bradford. 



The Perfect Abbot Girl 



Hair 

Eyes 

Nose 

Lips 

Figure 

Teeth 

Eyelashes 

Complexion 

Smile . 

Eyebrows 

Hands 

Disposition 

Sense of Humor 

Poise . 



Fran McGarry 

Kay Campbell 

. Ray Place 

Bee Burnham 

Ethel Rogers 

Clara Smith 

Billie Sage 

Barbs Worth 

Alice Schultz 

Ann Cole 

Betty Weaver 

. Peg Black 

Jean Vernon 

Billie Snyder 



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M. E. Bl'RMI \M 

C. Burns 
S. Burns 

C. Campbell 
J. Campbell 

A. Carlson 

B. Chamberlain 
M. Chase 

R. Chase 
A. Cleveland 
E. Clough 
A. Cole 
J. Condit 
A. Cutler 
K. Damon 
J. Dawes 
E. Eaton 
G. Eigk 

D. French 
G. Gabeler 
S. Gage 



C. GUPTILL 

L. Hamilton 
E. Harrim \\ 
A. Hill 
\ . Holden 
C. Holland 
M. Horne 

A. Hurlburt 
E. Johnson 
E. Kle\i;n 

E. Leslie 

F. Mahoney 
N. Marsh 

S. Max field 
F. McGarrv 
F. McTernen 
E. Morgan 

B. Norton 
S. 0"Reill\ 
R. Place 

B. Rink h art 



A. Robinson 
('.. Rockwell 
\ . Rogers 
A. Russell 

E. Sage 
M. Saa v«-i: 
A. Schultz 
K. Sc UDDER 
M. E. Scitt 
C. Smith 

R. Stott 
J. Taylor 
C. Tompkins 
H. Tow ER 
M. Tower 
M. Traftan 

C. \ AN I'ELRsr.M 
J. \ ERNON 

F. Walker 

K. \\ III I I EMORE 

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STUDENT COUNCIL 

J. Burnham, R. Stott, M. Rockwell, B. Weaver, B. Worth, H. Rice, F. McGarry 
A. Cole, A. Schultz, C. Shaw. President, C. Campbell, C. Smith, M. E. Burnham 




CLASS BOOK BOARD 
M. E. Burnham M. Tower A. Hill B. Worth A. Schultz 

A. Cleveland C. Campbell, President K. Whittemore 

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ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

E. Stutt J. Burnhum L. Hamilton 

B. W eaver. President 



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CHOIR 
F. McGarry, E. Leslie. A. Carlson, S. O'Reilly, I). Rogers. A. Hill, M. Savage, C. Holland, 

M. Chase, A. Schultz 
E. Tompkins M. E. Burnham C. Campbell, President 0. French A. Hurlburt 




B. Sutherland 



COliRANT BOARD 
A. Cleveland S. O'Reilly 



C. Shaw 



K. 



K. Damon 
Whittemore. President 



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President 

Mary Elizabeth Birnham 
Ann Hurlbirt 
Olive French 
Elizabeth Tompkins 
Frances McGarry 
Elizabeth Leslie 
Margaret Chase 



Cecile VanPeursejm 



Courant Board 



Catharine Campbell 
Ada Carlson 
Sarah O'Reilly 
Una Rogers 
Alice Hill 
Mabel Savage 
Clara Holland 
Alice Schultz 



Editor-in-Chief 

Anne Cleveland 

Beverly Sutherland 
Jane Campbell 



Kathryn Damon 



Art Editors 



Literary Editors 



Eleanor Robinson 

Business Editor 
Clara Shaw 

Assistant Business Editors 
Sarah O'Reilia 



Kathryn Wiiittemor? 



Delight Hall 



Alice Hill 
Ann Cutler 



\n\ Place 




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M. Whipple 

M. Morrill 



ABBOT DRAMATIC SOCIETY 
M. Walker K. McDonald M. Savage M. Clos 

C. Guptill J. Burnham. President A. Hurlburt 




N. 



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LES BEAUX ARTS 

M. E. Burnham C. HollaiH 

President E. Flanders 



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President 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Ann Hurlbirt 
Margaret Morrill 
Mercedes Clos 
Mabel Savage 
M\h\ Flaherty 



Jane Burnham 

CAROLl \ G\ PTILL 

Catherine McDonald 
Margaret Walker 
Martha Whipple 

Marian Rogers 
Evelyn Kleven 



Les Beaux Arts 



President 

Seer el ar v- Treasu rer 

Nancy Marsh 

\I \ky Elizabeth Burnham 

Clara Holland 

Ann Russell 



Elizabeth Scutt 
Elizabeth Flanders 
Elizabeth Upton 
Marcia G \\ lord 
Ernestine Look 
Helen Care\ 



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A. Schultz 



AEOLIAN SOCIETY 
0. French B. Norton E. Sage 



G. Eick 



M. Black, President 



M. Tower 




C. Smith 



Q. E. D. SOCIETY 

J. Vernon B. Worth 

A. Cole, President R. Stott 



F. McGarry 



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President 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Alice Schultz 
Olive French 
Bertha Norton 



Margaret Black 
Mariatta Tower 

Elizabeth Sage 

Geraldine Eick 

Alice Robinson 



President 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Clara Smith 
Jean Vernon 
Barbara Worth 



Q. E. D. Society 



. Ann Cole 
Ruth Stott 

Frances McGarrv 

Sara Maxfield 

Sarah Dean 



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ODEON 
E. Harryman D. Wrenn M. Chase R. Place 

C. Campbell. President H. Walters 



R. Chase 




PHILOMATHEIA 

B. Tompkins H. Rice L. Hamilton 

B. Weaver E. Snyder. President 

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President 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Eleanor Harryman 
Rozilla Chase 
R \< i ii: i. Place 
Margaret Chase 
Dorothy Wrenn 



Marion Houghton 



. Catharine Campbell 
Hazel Walters 
H \zel Walters 
Barbara Ritzman 
Ada Carlson 
Ethel Rogers 
Una Rogers 



Philomatheia 



President 

Secretary- Treasurer 
Betty Weaver 
Cassandra Kinsman 
Virginia Holden 
\\\n\ Rockwell 



Elizabeth Snyder 
Helen Buttrick 
Lena Hamilton 
Helen Rice 
Betty Tompkins 
Katharine Scudder 



Caroline Muzzy 



Honor 



CONSTANCE HOAG r\ VIRGINIA BROWN 
HELEN ALLEN /3A LUCY DRUMMOND 
ELIZABETH BIGLER ^ ^ RUTH TYLER 
ELIZABETH PALMER 



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The Senior Play 

"THE PIPER" 

By Josephine Preston Peabody 

The Great Day in Senior dramatics — the Senior play, of course — came March 14, 
1933. The play, "The Piper", by Josephine Preston Peabody, is one of our favorite 
childhood stories come to life, and how we all enjoyed it! 

Everyone knows how the Piper charmed all the rats out of Hamelin. and then 
didn't get paid for it. Many have sympathized with him when he. for revenge, 
charmed all the children away by his fascinating music, even little Jan. the lame boy. 
In the play Barbara, a Hamelin girl, is in love with Michael, the Pipers friend. 
When she is being taken to a nunnery the Piper arrives just in time to save her by 
playing a tune which makes all the townspeople become a trifle demented. How- 
ever, everything ends happily: the children are all returned to their parents, and 
the only thing that is regretted is the disappearance of the Piper, who was com- 
missioned bv the "Lonelv Man" to be a wanderer over the earth. 



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The Piper 

Michael-the-Sword-Eater 
Cheat-the-Devil 
Strolling Players . 

Jacobus, the Burgomeister 

Kurt, the Syndic 

Peter, the Cobbler 

Ha\-. the Butcher 

Axel, the Smith 

Martin, the Watch 

Peter, the Sacristan 

Anselm, a young Priest 

Old Claus. a Miser 

Town Crier 

Yeronika. the wife of Kurt 

Barbara, daughter of Jacobus 
Hans the Butcher 
Axel the Smith 
Martin the Watch 



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Jan . 

Hansel 

Ilse 

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CHARACTERS 

Strolling Players 

Carolyn Guptill 

Ann Cole 

Mariatta Tower 

Margo Walker. Catharine Campbell 

of Hamelin 



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Children 



uns. Prie>t> 



Catherine McDonald 

Betty \S eaver 

Margaret Black 

Lois Chapman 

Helen Rice 

. Ellen Willard 

Jean \ ernon 

Elizabeth Snyder 

Kathleen Palmer 

Hazel Walters 

Ann Cleveland 

Martha Whipple 

Ethel Rogers 

Clara Shaw 

Helen Buttrick 

Rozilla Chase 

Elizabeth Tompkins 

Dorothy Wrenn 

Jane Ritchie 

Sally Cole 

Alice Schultz 

Bettv McDonald 



and Children 
L na Rogers. Alice Hill. Louise McClar- Elizabe 
Marion Houghton. Frances McGarry 
Barbara \X orth. Marcia Gaylord 
Benjamin Cole. Larry Barss. He'en Barss. Ann 
Boyce. Eleanor Cole. Douglas Murray. Arthur 
Sweeney. Carol Murrav. John Sweenev 



SCENE: Hamelin on the Weser. 1284 A. D. 

Scenes 
Act I The market-place in Hamelin. 
Act II Scene I Inside the '"Hollow Hill". 
Scene II The Cross-way?. 

Act III The Cross-ways. 

Act IV The market-place in Hamelin. 



Director 

Stage Manager 

Music 

Scenery 



. Bertha Morgan Gray 

Clara Shan 

Kate Friskin 

Ann Cleveland. Mr. Hammer 



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Abbot Dramatic Society Plays 

THE ARTIST 
By A. A. Milne 

It was December thirteenth when A. D. S. presented their three plavs. The 
first. "The Artist", was artistic in every sense and it was very amusing to think a 
mump was at the bottom of it all. Mumps can be very uncomfortable, but these 
were all in fun. 

CHARACTERS 

He Mabel Savage 

She Anne Hurlburt 

WHEN THE WHIRLWIND BLOWS 
By Essex Dank 



Soon the curtain rose again, and we were in the midst of chaotic Russia. With 
every moment tense and the experience of each character a studv of human emotion 
this play was beautifully presented to a thrilled audience. An excellent piece of 

acting. 

CHARACTERS 

Madame Elizabeth Androya Carolyn Cuptill 

Josefa ........ ....... Jane Burnham 

Anna — Madame Androya's Maid Margaret Morrill 

THE LOST SILK HAT 

By Lord Dlnsany 

So that we wouldn't crawl around Abbot with minds completely overcome 1>\ 
deep darkness and falling axes. A. D. S. knew just the play with which to turn u- 
back to normal. It was based on th° ridiculously true situation of the insulted 
"man about town*" who has left his silk hat in the possession of the inciter and 
finds himself in the street with spats, cane — and no hat. He urges the passing 
tramp to get it for him. then the poet, and so forth. Alas, he is so misunderstood! 

CHARACTERS 

Caller .... < atherine McDonald 

Laborer Margaret Walk,. 

Clerk . Martha Whipple 

Poe t Mercedes < los 

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■aid? Mis' Elsworths little nephew is coming to live with her 



THE NEIGHBORS 

Hadn't you he 
Poor Mis' Elsworth, all alone, and havin' so many cares already. 

So all the Neighbors scurry around to collect clothes and odds and ends for a 
surprise shower to be held that night when the boy was to arrive. Even grouchy 
Ezra forgot his corded wood long enough to produce a little chair (of whose or- 
iginal purpose we were a bit suspicious). Well, all was in readiness after many 
humorous incidents, when who should walk in but Mis' Elsworth herself! Some 
other relative had taken the boy. Poor Mis' Elsworth, she really had wanted him. 

Every part was well acted so as to bring out the hilarity, as well as a touch of 
the sadness of life. 

CHARACTERS 



Grandma 

Mis' Diantha Abel 

Ezra . 

Peter 

Inez 

Mis' Mohan 

Mis* Trot 

Mis' Elsworth 



Eleanor Harryman 

Katharine Damon 

Sara Maxfield 

Marv Flahertv 

Beverly Sutherland 

Margaret Morrill 

Nancy Marsh 

Jane Campbell 



THE SLEEPING BEAUTY 
A Fairy Tale Retold By Margaret Ellen Clifford 
The scenery, costumes, and superb acting were highly responsible for making 
this plav as utterly charming and amusing as it was. The new dialogue in our old 
fairy tale, reminiscent of A. A. Milne, was delightful, giving a livelier aspect to the 
story. Who knows? Was it merely after the drowsv after-lunch period when the 
Prince, stamping in. awoke the cabinet meeting which returned to its discussion of 
the installation of pumps, or was it the traditional one hundred year spell cast 
by the witch? At any rate, we know we enjoyed the play immensely. 
Congratulations. Senior-Mids. 

CHARACTERS 

The Princess Betty Flanders 

Ladies-in-Waitinc 

Florialis .............. Ada Carlson 

Bettina ........ .... Barbara Ritzman 

Marcaretta ............ Evelyn Kleven 

Celestina Betty Scutt 

Angelica Sarah Dean 

Amaryllis ........ ..... Lena Hamilton 

The Kinc , Delight Hall 

The Queen Ruth Stott 

The Cabinet 

Richard Carolyn Muzzy 

Will Virginia Holden 

Fred Elizabeth Upton 

Phil Man- Whitney 

Frank Ann Place 

A Herald Sara Maxfield 

The Prince .Mercedes Clo« 

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Her Majesty The Queen 



Once I had the unforgettable experience of seeing a thrilling winter's night skv 
from the rocks of a wave-kissed shore. At first there was no hope of a moon pene- 
trating the thick, billowy, silver and grey-lined clouds that seemed hesitantly to 
threaten to kiss their shadows, which were making the almost-too-peaceful watei 
darker still. From the edging of these clouds we knew that there was a moon wait- 
ing behind them for an opportunitv to burst forth in her quiescent glorv. for the 
semi-halos trimming their fleecv vet compact masses shone with a pellucid, golden 
light. W e seemed to be watching one of natures quiet struggles, and the sea too 
appeared to be watching, reflecting faithfully, yet as if it were a dark mirror, the 
slow changes of the skv. For now the horizon grew darker, while the center of the 
celestial arc. almost directly over us. grew ever more shining while its gorgeous 
nebular mass seemed to part as if to make way for a queen. 

And a queen the moon was indeed, when she finallv presented her entire face 
to us. after having coquetted in a graceful and statelv manner from behind her 
screen. The now double rank of clouds receded about two steps more, leaving 
Her splendid, golden Majesty scintillating and bowing in a blue-black hall that set 
off her beautv to perfection. She seemed peacefullv and regallv to accept her 
triumph over the cruel clouds that had been depriving her of her just admiration, 
and to reward our waiting for her with even more splendor than it is her wont to 
bestow upon us. And while she was thus presiding over her court, we left her and 
her approaching shadowy host, before we should witness the sad yet beautiful eclipse 
of her smiling countenance. 

Catharine S. Campbell 



The Symphony 



A crash, and when its echoes died, a pause. 

A clear, high note rang through the quiet hall. 

And then a lilting harmony was heard. 

The sound grew greater, and new notes now filled 

The crowded hall of breathless listeners. 

A piquant, haunting melody made all 

Feel strongly, to the very depths of them. 

That life has mingled joys and sorrows too. 

The symphonv went on. It grew in tone 

And suddenly it stopped. A second's still. 

Then came applause, and then the spell was lost. 

Mary Elizabeth Birnham 



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Parting Hymn 

Father, I know that all my life 

Is portioned out for me; 
The changes that are sure to come 

: I do not fear to see; : 
But I ask Thee for a present mind 

Intent on pleasing Thee. 

I ask Thee for a thoughtful love 

Through constant watching wise, 

To meet the glad with joyful smiles, 
: And to wipe the weeping eyes; : 

And a heart at leisure from itself, 
To sooth and sympathize. 

Wherever in the world I am, 

In whatso'er estate, 
I have a fellowship of hearts 

: To keep and Cultivate; : 
And a work of lowly love to do 

For the Lord on whom I wait. 

So I ask Thee for the daily strength 
To none that ask denied, 

And a mind to blend with outward life 
: While keeping at Thy side; : 

Content to fill a little space 
If Thou be glorified. 



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